ICv2 have released their analysis of the five best-selling roleplaying games of the end of the year.
|1st||Dungeons & Dragons||Wizards of the Cosat|
|3rd||Shadowrun 6E||Catalyst Game Labs|
|4th||Star Wars||Fantasy Flight Games|
|5th||Alien||Free League Publishing|
Free League Publishing has scored their first top 5 with their acclaimed Alien RPG.
The sci-fi horrors join Shadowrun 6E which makes the chart for the second half-year in a row, a strong seller despite mixed reviews.
The last of the sci-fi trilogy is the Star Wars RPG, which has been in the top five for the previous 9 years. Star Wars has been in the top five ever since the winter of 2012, when it outsold Dungeons & Dragons, taking the second spot, behind Pathfinder, in the chart.
The future of the Star Wars roleplaying game is uncertain with all evidence pointing at Fantasy Flight Games getting out of RPG publishing.
Dungeons & Dragons and Pathfinder took the first and second slot, mirroring the results from the previous half-year.
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